Katrina Smith Korfmacher is Community Outreach Coordinator at the University of Rochester's Environmental Health Sciences Center.
What does EHSC stand for?
EHSC stands for Environmental Health Sciences Center (various locations)
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We have 12 other meanings of EHSC in our Acronym Attic
- Economic History Society of Australia and New Zealand
- Extending High Standards Across Schools (New Zealand Ministry of Education)
- English High School for Boys (Istanbul, Turkey)
- Enhanced Heavy Separate Brigade (US Army)
- Environmental Health Services Branch
- Environmental, Health and Safety Benchmarking Association
- El Hassan Science City (Jordan)
- Engineering and Housing Support Center
- Environment, Health and Safety Committee
- Environmental Hazard Safety Classification
- Environmental Health Support Center (US DHHS)
- East Helena School District (East Helena, MT)
- Effective Holding Strength of Device
- Empty-hand Self Defense
- Environmental Health and Safety Department
- Essexville-Hampton School District (Essexville, Michigan)
- Economic History of Southeast Asia E-Group
- Eastside Human Services Forum (East King County, WA)
- Emergency Health Services Federation (New Cumberland, PA)
- Euler Hermes Servicii Financiare (Romanian: Euler Hermes Financial Services; Romania)
Samples in periodicals archive:
For more than two years, the Environmental Health Sciences Center (EHSC) of the University of Rochester and its community partners, the Southwest Area Neighborhood Association (SWAN) and the Rochester Fatherhood Resource Initiative (RFRI), worked together to develop an easily accessible, community-based program that would promote environmental health in the home.
The Community Outreach and Education Core (COEC) of the Environmental Health Sciences Center in Molecular and Cellular Toxicology with Human Applications at Wayne State University, in collaboration with the Detroit Head Start and the EPA, has developed the Healthy Homes = Healthy Kids Train-the-Trainer Program to ensure that parents and other caregivers receive information that allows them to create a hazard-flee atmosphere for kids.